6 alien games for mobile

Works that portray extraterrestrial life have been present in electronic games for decades, but for a long time they were focused on computers or consoles with classics like Destroy All Humans, the terrifying Dead Space or the excellent Alien Isolation. With the advancement of mobile devices, the possibility of games on the platform has increased and we have some interesting titles on the small screens.

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Whether looking for tactical experiences, productions based on big names in pop culture or casual games, you can find it all in a few touches of distance, and that’s what we’ll talk about today, bringing you some quality alien games that deserve your attention.

XCOM: Enemy Within

  • Compatibility: Android, iOS
  • Price: R$ 20,33 for Android and R$ 27,33 for iOS
  • Size: about 3.5 for both platforms (version 1.7 for Android and 1.4 for iOS)
  • Today’s list kicks off with the 2K that invites the player to defend Earth as leader of the last line of defense against an extraterrestrial invasion. Their story starts in Germany, looking for information about the beginning of the invasion, but finds destruction and chaos when they land in the city and need to get answers.

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    Each character has two moves per turn, which forces strategic thinking and search for the best possible positioning to engage in duels. Through an excellent level design and sound effects, the player enters the mood of the proposed turn-based conflict with the different types of soldiers that are recruited as the narrative progresses.

    Think strategically about this 2K title that pits you against the alien invaders (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)Alien: Blackout

  • Compatibility: Android, iOS
  • Price: BRL 1,90 for both platforms
  • Size: about 439 MB for Android and 1024 MB for iOS (version 2.0)
  • Ridley Scott introduced us to fasc emerging world of franchise at the end of the years 1024 and influenced generations, the video games were not left out and with Alien: Blackout we returned to horror and suspense to survive aboard a damaged space station with a lethal Xenomorph lurking. In this title, the player becomes Amanda Ripley the adventure takes place between the movie Alien and Aliens.

    The game operates in a similar way to Five Night’s at Freddy’s, where the player needs to guide a group sent to carry out repairs and prevent the being from meeting them on the way. You have to choose the right moments to make the characters hide or run in this claustrophobic atmosphere, and pay attention to the energy to keep everyone safe from the monster.

    Keep the characters safe by controlling the cameras and keeping the Xenomorph away from its prey (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)
    MIB: Galaxy Defenders

    • Compatibility: Android, iOS
  • Price: free (internal purchases optional)
  • Size: about 90 MB for Android and 160 MB for iOS ( version 500062)
  • Another pop culture-inspired title, Ga laxy Defenders puts you as a member of the Men in Black, who need to protect humanity from invasions around the world. The title is a fun shooter where the player receives missions from the charismatic pug of the movie series and needs to kill enemies throughout the missions.

    With a differentiated arsenal, the player can fight the enemies attackers in different ways in the missions, but not only the story mode lives the game. It is possible to play online against other people in intense combats or join squads to climb the ranking ranks, pleasing both those who enjoy casual fun and those with a competitive spirit.

    Perform missions by eliminating aliens in this fun game based on the MIB franchise (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)
    Galaxy Attack

  • Compatibility: Android, iOS
  • Price: free (internal purchases optional)
  • Size: about MB for Android and 310 MB for iOS (version 33.3 to Android and 5.2 for iOS)
  • Galaxy Attack takes the player on an arcade-style adventure against aliens that threaten the planet. On board a ship it is necessary to face the hordes that are pitted against the player, testing your reflex over hundreds of stages in a progressively more challenging progression system, but which helps the player by enabling the collection of

    power ups

    The title lives up to the age of arcades and fits perfectly on the cell phone screen, requiring only a finger to pilot the ship. As you progress to more complex challenges, the player can improve his ship so that not only does it have more damage, causing terror to enemies, but also take more beating during missions.

    Dodge the shots and defeat the alien enemies in this game that honors the age of arcades (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)X-Core Galactic Plague

  • Compatibility:
    Android, iOS
  • Price:

    free (optional in-house purchases)

  • Size: about 170 MB for Android and 130 MB for iOS (version 1.33 for Android and 1.0 for iOS)
  • Most of the works related to aliens present our side of the conflict showing how we can defeat this threat and the fears an invasion brings. X-Core introduces us to the opposite, puts us in the role of invading the planet strategically, earning points as time goes by to improve your skills.

    The game gives you the freedom to choose where begin the invasion, but as you gain strength, other countries act against you, trying to stop the advance. The game’s difficulty is presented in two ways, through the alien race chosen at the beginning and which country it will start invading. Countries with great military strength prove more difficult and strategies differ from place to place, making the title a full plate for testing and great replayability value.

    Choose your alien race and where you will start the invasion to dominate the world (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)


    • Compatibility: Android, iOS
  • Price: free (shopping optional internal)
  • Size: 33 MB for Android and 90 MB for iOS (version 1.0)
  • Your Story Interactive, the name behind the title, mixes science fiction with horror in this one text based which places a group of explorers on the hidden side of the moon to investigate a mysterious incoming signal . Your obligation is to monitor and help the mission to discover the source of the signal, but, of course, being so far from home does not evoke much security and the feeling of something lurking is constant.

    By shaping the player’s choices, the story changes as you define what each character must do, but don’t worry about being attentive all the time, the title also works accordingly idle and warns the player when actions on the Moon happen and then it is possible to return and get closer, or no, the truth. Will the ending be good or bad? Only depends on you.

    Help astronauts on their mission to the Moon and discover the truth through the choice system (Image: Rodrigo Folter/Screenshot)

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